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Cisco DHCP database empty

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We have a Cisco Router which dishes out DHCP addresses, and I would like to retrieve the entries.

I tried the command show ip dhcp database but there were no entries. I think the command may not be the right one for what I'm after.

I confirmed that there is a DHCP pool that has 23 addresses assigned on this router. Is there a pool name that needs to be specified in order to yield results?
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Question by:GlennCameron
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This command will show what you need

sh ip dhcp binding
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that worked, thanks.
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